Awareness rises as homelessness grows

Albert Kassis has a strict daily schedule, keeping up with the latest news and the bustling street life of Beirut. The 75-year-old homeless man spends every evening on the doorstep of a closed shop on Hamra Street. There, he keeps his belongings in a neat line of plastic bags by his side. Read more. Continue reading →

A Woman’s Homelessness Is Different

Becoming an advocate for local homeless folks wasn’t something I planned on becoming, it was just something I ended up doing after I had become homeless myself and before I could reach out to other folks, I had to learn how to be an advocate for myself. Read more here.  Photography by Martijn Crowe Continue reading →